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10 June 2012


Track 1, love it great cover track, easy to do, not that busy at all. Very motivating music :) reminds me of the 20's BP, or 30's BP.

Track 2 Cover version is not too bad. Can't complain about the workout factor, love the singles, then the fast singles. Not a complaint from me, interesting bottom halve movements. Seen it before, in other release. Nothing to complain about.

Track 3 The single plate push up's seem uneven to me. However, love the music, good workout factor. Fun track though. Can't complain. Nice toe tapping track. :)

Track 4 Love the track in Bodybalance, from the original artist Evanescence, Bring me to Life. Starts of slow, driving beat, too much is going on during the track, have to constantly think about what I am doing. After doing it a few times I kicked in. The cover version is not to half bad.

Track 5 Love the whole track, love the variation in what Glen has put together. Love Bad Case of Loving You. Love the choice of more a rock feel in the mid section of this release. Not hard to do though. Glad for a bar less track 5. :) great fan of Robert Palmer.

Track 6 Have the cover version of the track, blends in well with track 5. Short track. loaded up more on the bar.

Track 7 love it, love the plyometric moves, a bit if fun. Reminds me of the 40's section of Bodypump in parts. 

Track 8 Be Cool comes back to Bodypump, fan of the original in Bodypump 45. The push up's are a killer though. Great workout, love Lost Sentence's version of the track.I was truly wrecked at the end of the track. Love the alternate track better, Airplanes by Computer Love. Funky workout in both track, and heaps of fun :)

Track 9 not a bad track, no complaints from me, standard ab workout.

Track 10, a cover of a cover, we have, don't mind the cover by Vulcan Prototype. Awesome cool down track, love Il Divo, did not mind the female vocals made it something different. Great set of stretches, some have not been seen in a while.

Alternate track 6, wished it was the track 6 in this release.

Alternate track 8 love love it, wished the same as well, love the driving beats, the music is kick ass. Great sing along track, should have been used in a track 8 for a release.

Overall, an awesome release, have to do a new top 10 for this release, and 80 - 81.

Nice work Glen.  9/10 from me.

Cover Release (PPCA Free) Australia Only BODYPUMP® 82

01. Raining Diamonds - Stone Fall
02. Someone Like You - Kris McTwain Club Edit)- N-Finity
03. I Like How It Feels (Mix) - Solitary Phase
04. Bring Me To Life - Thirsty Beyond
05. Bad Case Of Loving You (Mix) - Secret Appendix
06. Bottoms Up - Incomplete Mainstream 
07. Ecuador (Bad Behaviour Remix) - Sash!
08. Be Cool 2011 - Lost Sentence 
09. Feel So Close - Broken Addiction
10. Time To Say Goodbye - Vulcan Prototype

Alternative 6 : Gettin' Over You - Computer Love
Alternative 8 : Airplanes - Echo Mix

Montage 1 : I Like How It Feels (Mix) - Solitary Phase


Welcome to BODYPUMP®! And I do mean welcome: it’s more inclusive, friendlier and more accepting. This is about effort, not necessarily about achievement. We want everyone who walks in your gym door to feel like THEY CAN do BODYPUMP® and feel successful in class. Even if they put the bar down, even if they are only using the bar, even if they haven’t got the hang of the tempos yet! It’s your job to help them get through. So, lucky for you, this is a super simple workout; the focus is on big and powerful movements, not complexity. 

But simple does not mean boring! This release is packed with innovations! You’ve got the Uneven/Plate Pushup in Track 3, the Jump Squat in Track 7, the Overhead Push Press in Track 8, and the Oblique Bicycle Crunch and the Mountain Climber in Track 9! Phew… try to keep up! Overall, the intensity in the class builds – Lunges and Shoulders are the peaks of the workout. Feel the accumulation of work throughout the class. So come on guys – let’s get inclusive! 

Enjoy this awesome release.

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